All articles are now complete, and we're updating the metadata for vol 16. Still waiting for a French version of the submission instructions.
Handled the task in this post; it turns out that it's fine to leave just the year in the value attribute, and put the qualifying a, b etc. into the text content of the date element. Made four fixes to vol 16 articles and tested the results.
Dozens of corrections, and corrections to corrections, on the penultimate article, which is now nearly ready, at last.
Errol Durbach, in the editorial Board and ongoing, is misspelled in volume 15 as Durback.
Print page numbers are hard-coded into the XML, usually after the print volume has been published, but there's a need to put them in ahead of time this time, so I've done that. Note to self: check these after any edits to documents.
Created a special TOC page for documents which are marked as
rend="proof_only" on their root element, so these can now be browsed by anyone who has the URL of this TOC page (which I won't post here, for obvious reasons). That concludes the work on separating unproofed from "published" documents.
rend="proof_only" attribute to the root element of two articles that still aren't proofed, and set up the XQuery pages that create lists of content so that they hide any items with a
rend attribute (of any value). This keeps unproofed articles from casual readers, although they're still accessible by direct URL. I need to create a page which lists only these items, so John can do his proofing from there. This is not protected in any way; it's just not linked from the menu. We may add protection at some point if it's required.
Racing for an end-of-the-month deadline, worked through the rest of the final article for volume 16. It's now back with John for proofing.
The final article for vol 16 is nearly ready, so I was able to mark up the biblio, add all the metadata and make a start on the body. There are more fixes coming on this one.
Received revisions and comments from John on the article on translation, and added those in. Also made a fix to the XSLT to fix a slight ugliness: footnote numbers in superscript, inside a poetic stanza, were causing the line-height to expand. I fixed this by adding
line-height-shift-adjustment="disregard-shifts" to the XSLT. I'll have to look at the XHTML output and see if that's similarly problematic, and if so, see if there's an equivalent fix.